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THE NEW AGE, PORTLAND, OREGON
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Never Judge n twin by ttio opinion he
I1118 of himself.
Women use calling cards In playing
the social game.
Tnlk Isn't necessarily cheap when
money (loon the talking.
Every man who known himself knows
how selfish other men nrc.
A womnu doesn't thoroughly enjoy
anything hIio can't cry over.
When n mnn borrows trouble ho puts
iil IiIm pence of mind us collateral,
There aro n good uiauy noughts In
tho sum total of the world's Inhabit'
Tho Panama canal Is being dug to
music. Why shouldn't It? Uncle 0am
pays tho piper.
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After reading Uie report on the pack
lug houses you art almost nshnmed to
look n corned-beef can in the face.
A man of tho name of Szlsz was the
rlctor In a recent big nntomobllo race.
How could they bavo stopped blm?
the nmglo Influence of his contagious
geniality cares and worries, which
seemed so hoary, become light as air
and mere cause of Bin lie. Ono with a
Huuny, hopeful, humorous nature U Ilko
a physician during a plague. It Is not
possible, of course, for everybody to bo
witty or humorous. It Is Just as ren
honable to counsel pooplo to bo poeta
or to be beautiful as to urge them to
be wits or humorists. WU and hu
morists ore born, not made, and thcro
Is hardly anything more melancholy
than the person without any sontm of
humor or a grain of wit vainly striving
to win applause and dulling tbo edgo
of patlenco. Franklin imld that no
fools are so troublesome as those who
have wit, and tltoso who with uneea
aonable Jests make light of sorloiu and
sacred things. If wo cannot all add to
tho fund of good humor by "lambent
flashes" of wtt and tho beautiful, gra
cious charm of an Oliver Goldsmith or
a Mark Twain, It Is nevertheless with
in tho power of all to tako a cheerful
view of things and to cultivate our own
good humor. Our temperamenta aro
umdo for us, but our habits are of our
own making. And good humor and
cheerfulness are largely habits. A
cheerful framo of mind cornea with a
desire and determination to be cheer
ful, and tho habit, llko all other hnbltH,
grows with tlmo and ow, Whoever
cultivates the cheerful habit will find
hJs reward In his own happiness, which
will grow as ho perceives how much
hU cheerfulness and good humor add
to the happiness of others.
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Watson Drug Co.
There Is ono advantage possessed by
the man at the bottom over the man at
the top; he doesn't have so far to fall.
Tho Czar'n atlltudo toward tho Dou
iim Ik that of a little boy who owns a
dog about i!0 nl7.es too large for htm.
It Is said (be Standard pcoplo will
furnlHli Han Francisco with water. Oil
mid water may have to mix, after all.
Pleast'stopnskliig concerning tho pub
lic estimate of the Joy of belug 11 n Ice
man In Toledo. Nobody wauU to be
No greut war U now being waged
Riiywhoro. "Fighting Bob" Evans
must regard this as a very Inferior
oort of summer.
A Ioiidou music teacher saya Ameri
can glrto havo the sweetotit voices In
the world. Wo may add that they havo
tho richest fathom, too.
It Is announced that kerosene oil ox
tcrnnlly applied will euro snakebite.
This inny cause H, II, lloger.i to taku
n llrm Mtaud igalimt tho jieoplo who kill
Tho HcliMitlNtH havo decided that tho
Han Francisco irthiiiukv wan duo to
ruptures In tho earth' crust. This re
lieves Thomas W. Iiiwson of a lot of
George Hernard Hlmw miya he would
rather aweep a crowing tliim live In
Idle luxury. Ituiwell Bngo might at
leaat oucourage Mr. Shaw with n word
r two of upproTul.
Whllo tho girl graduates received tho
iwetlc ttdvlco to keep their eyce on tho
Kara, tho only advice the young men
graduates had handed out to them
wan to keep their eyes on the "Help
Tho spoiling reform brethren now
claim William Hhakspeare hi one of
their confraternity and they are right.
A man who comtlste utly refused to spell
his own name the snmo way twlco In
succession certainly must bo credited
with latltudlunrliui views In the matter
The lute Michael Davltt, the Irish
home ruler, who had served two or
three terms In prlsou for hla opinions,
bequeathed to all his friends "kind
thought, to my enemies the fulleet pos
Ible forglvcnens, and to Ireland my
undying prayer for her absolute free
dom," One does not need to agree with
Davltt to admire tho spirit which In
spired such a imesiigo In his will.
Addison, In ono of his "Sir Hoger Do
Covorly" (ketches, says: "A 11111111 first
euro should be to uvold tho reproaches
of his own heart; his next to escape
tho censure of the world; If tho last
Interfered with the former It ought to
t entirely neglected. If wo may Judge
fiom exiwrlenco and from tho sights
and aotinds around iw, this Is scarcely
the principle which directs the conduct
of many of us. And yet there la an
immense amount of practical common
tense wisdom In Addison's dictum, for
lu avoiding tho reproaches, of hfs own
heart a man Is taking tho surest atop
toward tho highest good happiness.
IVrhons who travel aro aware that
tho cako of soup for promiscuous uro
liaa been growing less common lu tho
wash riHiniH of hotels, and lu New York
and some other largo cities has almost
disappeared. Devices by which 11 small
portion of pulverized or liquid aonp Is
dcMslted In tho hand havo largely mi
pcraeded tho cake of tump. Tho reason
U the readiness with which soap re
ceives and retains tho germs of disease.
Physicians who tested cakes of aoap
from various New York hotels found
tilth and disease bacteria In nearly ev
ery sampleIn those from the highest
priced and most fnsldouablo hotels, as
well as thorn from tho cheaper ones.
Nobody contributes more largely to
tho gonoral good than one with a
hearty good sense of humor. Troubles
dUuoittiit at hi upproach, ad u4r
I'rof. L. II. Ilalley, director of the
Cornell University's agricultural de
partment, has been discussing tho ques
tion of the cityward drift of farm boys,
OHpcclally of boya who go to college,
and his views are hopeful and encour
aging. Ho Is certain that In the neat
future there will bo 1111 excellent under
standing and cordial co-operation be
tween tho farm and tho college, not
withstanding certain present tendencies
which ho regrets. An Idontlcal letter of
inquiry to Cornell students born and
bred on farms or In rural sections
brought I'rof, Ilalley Interesting data,
which he Mimmnrlzes In the Century.
One hundred and fifty-five students ad
uiltted that they wero leaving the farm,
and gave their reasons for the decision.
These reasons are groupod under four
heads, as follows: Financial rewards,
physical labor, noclal and Intellectual
interests, miscellaneous dUtlcultlo and
handicaps on tho farm. Many of the
students thought tho fanner had no op
portunity either for political distinction
or for social, humanitarian service. Fif
teen expected to return to tho farm In
the course of time, after 11 successful
c.ireer In the city In business or tho pro
fessions. I'rof. Ilalley Is not surprised
at tho fascination exercised by the
great cities, with their wealth, their In
tense life, their lullnlto varloty, their
social und iKilltlcal organisations, tholr
amusements and artistic and Intellec
tual attractions. Hut he believe that a
reaction Is In course of preparation.
Great fortunes made In trado and com
merce have a dar.illng effect, but many
of the ambitious youths soon discover
that It 1 Imposslbln for evory one to
got rich, and tiro professions are noto
riously overcrowded. Yale proposes to
make Its law school a post-graduate
kchool and admit no ono without a col
lege degree, and the suggestion Is gen
erally commended on the ground that
already there are too many lawyers In
the country. Most physicians, archi
tects, literary men, artists say tho name
thing about their vocations. Tho farm
holds out no promise of groat wealth,
but It Insures mental peace, comfort
mid reasonable prosperity when proper
ly and practically managed. Bo far a
rural Isolation Is concerned, It Is surely
becoming a thing of the past, as Prof.
Pulley has pointed out In a commence
ment address. With tho ubiquitous trol
ley, the autocar, the telephone, tho free
delivery system, the construction of
new railways, and we mny add the
automatic piano players ami other mu
sical Instruments who can Justly say
the farm means dull monotony and Iso
lation? The farm needs tho college,
but It can In turn do much for the ed
ucated youth seeking opportunities. The
city will llnd the form more and more
of n competitor with college men.
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Mnrk Twiilu on Ailrrilliiar
Mark Twain In the midst of n pane,
gyrle on ndvvrtutiig toUl a i-oiniirknliU'
"There wim ;i nmii," he wild, "hack
Iowa way who was ko plonvctl with nn
otlvertUtniicnt In tho locnl jmper tlmt
ho wrote the followhiK totlnionhil let
ter to the tnlltor:
"'Mr. IMItor: Hlr After rellliiB nil
I could, Klvlng lmrivlx nwny, shilling
my hoK till they would eat no more,
I still hml last fall about J00 tons of
uIr, Jnley, line flavored nilc hft on
my Immls, Inceiietl In your valuable
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free n barrel of plekwl fruit, freight
paid In nilviiueo by me, to imy ono who
would apply, there beliiK, of eome, no
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cleared suit my whole stock of apples,
nud I could have dIhjKwetl of live times
tho iantlty on the snine tenns,' '
To prevent brass from tarnishing dls
rsolvo half nn ounce of shellac lu hnlf
a pint of methylated spirit, cork tight'
y, lene till the next day, then pour
off the clear liquid. Heat the brass
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with n camel's hair brush.
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